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More Dining Options For Workers in Vernon

When lunch hour hits in Vernon, the more than 50,000 men and women who report to work at one of the city’s 1,800 businesses have only about a dozen or so eateries... Read more »

SB10 is it worth it? What is an exemption?

Nidia Torres says paying a penalty for not having health insurance is unfair if you can’t qualify for an affordable plan. It’s not easy to find health care coverage... Read more »

The Health Challenge In Mixed-Status Homes

Huntington Park resident Stephanie Martinez was just five years old when her parents brought her illegally to live in the United States. Now 23, she’s one of an... Read more »

Hillary Clinton Wins Big

Tuesday was a historic night for Hillary Clinton, who became the first woman to claim the presidential nomination of a major political party. She delivered a victory... Read more »

MUSD Bond Measure Goes to Voters Tuesday

Hoping to make a dent in the $1.2 billion in estimated district-wide needs, Montebello Unified is asking voters in the district –which includes Montebello, Bell... Read more »

Dreamers In Search of Affordable Health Care

June 15, 2012 was a historic day for thousands of young immigrants who under President Obama’s executive action became eligible for temporary relief from deportation. “These... Read more »

Balancing the Budget: One Sell Off at a Time

With a projected $6 million budget deficit on the horizon, Montebello officials were in Las Vegas this week hoping to lure developers and retailers to a city in... Read more »

Presidential Campaigns Head to L.A.

The presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump and the two contenders for the Democratic nomination, Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of... Read more »

Fig Traffic Safety Still an Issue for Cedillo

A ceremony was held last week in Highland Park to inaugurate the installation of a new traffic signal on Figueroa Street at Avenue 55, where residents have complained... Read more »

Just 5 Days Left to Register or Switch Party Preference

The turbulent presidential primary season has generated larger than usual interest among California voters in the presidential campaign, but some eligible voters... Read more »

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